Turkish Airlines (TK) has done a deal with GE Aviation to provide engines for its new Airbus A330-300s and Boeing 777-300ERs. A $1.4 billion contract covers GE90-115Bs to power the 777-300ERs and a long-term OnPoint maintenance agreement. TK in October ordered 15 777-300ERs with options for an additional five, scheduled for delivery beginning in 2014 (ATW Daily News, Oct 22). The GE90 is the only engine available for the -300ER. A separate $1 billion deal covers CF6-80E engines to ...

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